How to Upload WAEC & NECO Awaiting Result on JAMB Profile – www.jamb.org.ng.
Upload WAEC & NECO Result on JAMB Portal… Did you sat for JAMB CBT Test (CBT) 2019? Were you able to upload your awaiting O’level result on jamb profile? if no, then this article below will guide you successfully on how to do that. Stay focus and read through.
The Jamb profile has now become a means to do anything regarding Jamb examination; including waec and neco 2018 awaiting result upload to Jamb portal. That is to say, you cannot do anything outside Jamb profile as a Jamb 2018 candidate.
The Waec and Neco result upload is going to be exactly the way Jamb gave room for correction of details in Jamb profile. The Portal will be made editable so that you can be able to fill in or update your Waec result.
All you need to do is visit the Jamb portal at www.jamb.org.ng and login with your Jamb profile username and password. Continue reading if you do not see any option to upload your awaiting result.
For convenience, I will advise you do the re-uploading of O-level result to Jamb portal in an approved CBT center. Go there and tell them that you want to upload or re-upload your O-level result. They will gladly help you at a cheap price.
The process is also the same for those using two sittings. You just need to specify the number of sittings and the result for each sitting.
How to Upload JAMB O’level Result Online
- Visit any accredited JAMB CBT Centre or JAMB office or JAMB Registration centre nearest to you.
- Provide them with a copy of your O’level Result and jamb profile Code.
- The CBT owner operator will launch the jamb admission and matriculation board software.
- He/She will click on UTME Registration or De Registration menu
- Then Select Upload O’level Results.
- He/She will then type in your UTME profile Code and click on Fetch Candidate Details
- Enter and Upload your scan O’level result detail into jamb website
Note: This will attract a fee of N500 or there about. The process is also the same for those using two sittings. You just need to specify the number of sittings and the result for each sitting.
Frequently Asked Questions
♦ Can I be able to Upload My WAEC or NECO Result to Jamb Portal Using my Mobile Phone?
Currently this function is not enable, you can not used either your phone or a desktop to upload your O’level result to Jamb Site, you have to visit CBT Center nearest to you to do so.
♦ How Can i Confirm if the Re Uploading of WAEC Result on JAMB site went Successfully?
After Successful Uploading Your O’level Result to Jamb site, below is a sample of a confirmation screen shot we are going to send to you, that carry your O’level and jamb details.
♦ Is Jamb Re-uploading of WAEC or NECO Result Compulsory?
Yes it is Compulsory, as it is one of the requirement to gain admission this year.
♦ When is Jamb Re-uploading of WAEC or NECO Result to JAMB Portal Going to End?
As stated by JAMB, there is no exact deadline for re-uploading of the O’Level results to JAMB portal. All applicant are to be notified that the deadline will be schedule by the institution itself.
♦ Is JAMB Re-uploading of NECO or WAEC result for everybody.
Recently JAMB came up with a new policy, this policy is to ensure that no student is cheated of his/her right in gaining admission into the higher institution of their choice. Hence they made it compulsory for all JAMB candidates to upload their O’LEVEL/SSCE/NECO/WAEC result on JAMB profile portal.
♦ Can someone who has used a result during registration replace the result with another one?
Yes, it is possible. the previous result detail will be deleted upon login.
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